NOVEMBER 21, 2021

Advent Mass of Concern

On the weekend of November 27-28, we will have our Advent Mass of Concern.

At this time of year we collect funds to support our less fortunate neighbours, who depend on our help for money to purchase food and other necessities at Christmas as well as throughout the year.

For those of you who use the Envelope system there is an envelope in your box.
For others, an envelope can be found for this purpose at all the entrances of the Church.

We are grateful to you for your generous support.

NOVEMBER 21, 2021

Gifts for Children at Christmas

The children who attend our Be My Disciples catechism classes are once again invited to bring a gift to support the ‘Share the Warmth’ toy drive.
We have been doing this for several years, and it brings a smile to less fortunate children at Christmas.

We are looking for toys and gifts for boys and girls of all ages, including children between the ages of 10 and 14.
Please drop off the gift when you come to church, or it can be left at the Rectory.

It would be appreciated if they were brought before December 17th.

Thank you on behalf of ‘Share the Warmth’.

NOVEMBER 21, 2021

Warden’s Election – Sunday December 12th

On Sunday, December 12th there will be a meeting of Parishioners to elect 2 new wardens, to replace the two who are completing their mandate.
It will be held in the Church, following the 10:30 a.m. mass.

Wardens serve a term of 3 years, renewable once. They assist the pastor in the financial and temporal affairs of the parish. Anyone 18 years of age, a practicing catholic, who lives within the boundaries of the parish can serve as a warden.

Please speak with the priest if you would like to serve as a warden.

NOVEMBER 14, 2021

Sunday Missal 2022

The Sunday Missals have arrived, and are on sale before and after the Sunday masses.

They are sold for $5.00.





october 31, 2021

All Souls’ Day: All Souls’ Day, or Commemoration of All The Faithful Departed, and the Day of the Dead

 is a day of prayer and remembrance of the souls of those who have died.

It is a holy day set aside for honoring the dead, in the Universal Catholic Church.

Praying for the dead is a Christian obligation. The Church devotes the month of November to prayer for all the souls departed, that all will be made pure before entering into the presence of God in Heaven.

We are all part of the Communion of the Saints — alive and dead — and we are all destined for life in Heaven, where we will be welcomed by Jesus and by our friends, for whom we have been praying all along.

May they rest in peace eternally.

october 17, 2021

Be My Disciples – Catechism Classes

Catechism Classes for the 2021-22 year begin on Saturday October 23rd.

Classes are taught on Zoom.
All children must be registered before classes begin.

Parents can pick up the Book on Saturday or Sunday before mass.

october 10, 2021

Sacrament of Confirmation
at a special 2:00 PM Mass

Congratulations to the 38 young people from our Parish who celebrated their Confirmation at a special Mass last Sunday.

Demacio Amalfitano
Blaise Amalfitano
Sonya-Liboria Bastiaans
Lola Bean
Siena Caprera
Gabriela Cocco-Veltri
Lorenzo Cuffaro
Adriano Cuffaro
Anabelle Daoud
Lucca Diloia
Matteo Dimora
Gabriel Dopp
Alexander Elliot-Buckles
Avilia Fernandes
Avira Fernandes
Jack Fortier
Fiona Kelly
Stefania Lazzara
Madelie Machado
Isabella Mancini
Alyssa Ment-Khoury
Lorenzo Messercola
Stefania Messercola
Maxim Miklejewski
Max Ouwerkerk
Massimo Piccirilli
Danika Pistacchio
Marie Pinnow
Claire Pinnow
Emilli Poirier
Antonia Pontillo
Hanna Pontillo
Karina Remai
Carlo Sasso
Charles Seitz
Magdalena Thibodeaux
Marc-Lucas Varin
Eva Verrillo

As a parish community let us pray that the Holy Spirit will inspire them to live lives overflowing with goodness and grace.

Thank you to the parents, sponsors and the parish team that supported them in their journey — including Linda Wiltshire, and special thanks to Patricia Smith.

MARCH 21, 2021

2020 Tax Receipts

Your 2020 Donation Tax Receipts have been prepared and were mailed out to you.

For any queries email:
or contact the Parish Office. Thank you.

DECEMBER 6, 2020

Restoration of our organ

Suzie Charpentier and Jens Peterson, both involved in the restoration of our parish organ, give us an inside look at the progress Casavant is making.


Food Bank Donation

We have a new tradition in our parish to support the hungry on a more continuous basis. Over 860,000 Canadians visit food banks every month, with over 36% of the donations feeding hungry children.

During the COVID‑19 isolation, please leave your items in a bag at the door of the rectory. Donations will be delivered to St. Willibrord’s parish food bank.

See a list of suggestions for nutritious non-perishable items HERE >>>.